Dividends4Life: Basic Material Stocks with Potential to Boost Future Dividends

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The basic material sector is not popular at the capital market for the time being. Over the past year, shares from the sector are the worst performing asset class on the market. But what others hate does not mean that you cannot make money with basic material stocks. If you are a long-term investor, you should definitely find some good stocks with a cheap valuation. But be careful, raw materials are also more cyclic than consumer or health care companies.

Today I would like to continue my monthly screen about dividend stocks with low debt ratios and little dividend payments. I observe stocks from the basic material sector with a dividend payout ratio of less than 20 percent of earnings as well as a debt to equity ratio under 0.2. Here are my favorite stocks: Monsanto (MON), National-Oilwell Varco (NOV) and Minerals Technologies (MTX).

Source: Guru Focus

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